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WS: 41: Cycle Count Process (Doc ID 626660.1)

Last updated on MAY 18, 2023

Applies to:

JD Edwards World Inventory Management - Version A7.3 cume 4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


This document provides information and instructions for performing Cycle Counts in JD Edwards World software.  The Cycle Count process is an item based method of counting inventory in stages using the Select Items For Cycle Count (P41411), Print Cycle Count Sheets (P41410), Cycle Count Entry (P4141), Cycle Count Review (P41240), Variance Detail Print (P41403P),  and Cycle Count Update (P41413) programs.  The purpose of a cycle count is to compare the computer on-hand (also called perpetual balance) to the actual on-hand (obtained by counting) and correct the computer to match what is actually in the warehouse, storage facility, supply cabinet, etc.  This process creates Cardex records and writes journal entries to record the results of the count.




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In this Document
 Programs Used
 Files Used
 Select Items For Count (P41411) 2/G4121
 Data Selection
 Cycle Count Review (P41240) 3/G4121
 Valid Cycle Count Statuses
 Available Options Within Cycle Count Review
 Printing Cycle Count Sheets (P41410) 4/G4121
 Enter Cycle Count (P4141) 5/G4121
 Lot Numbers
 Changing the quantity counted and entered
 Adding a new item during Cycle Count Entry
 Adding an existing item with an existing location in Cycle Count Entry
 Variance Detail Print (P41403P) 6/G4121
 Approve Cycle Count (P41240)
 Cycle Count Update (P41413) 7/G4121
 How to Determine if an Item has been Counted and Updated
 AAIs Used
 The AAIs used for the General Ledger Entries are:
 If the AAI Tables 4152 or 4154 are Not Set Up
 How to Count Items at a Set Frequency Such as Weekly or Monthly
 Method One: Date of Next Count
 Method Two: ABC Codes
 Is it possible to reverse a Cycle Count after Update?
 Delete/Purge Cycle Count Records

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